Low Coney’s work has been exhibited in galleries across the UK, stores including Urban Outfitters and publications worldwide, including Design Week and New York based magazine Secret Behaviour.
RedHouse are proud to introduce Low Coney's work as part of the Liverpool: Next Stop New York exhibition.
“My process is relatively spontaneous. I surround myself with vintage source materials – dusty books, magazines, old photographs, record sleeves, papers, pamphlets and take an analogue dive into the unknown – cutting, positioning, sticking, starting again – until a piece feels finished. I make my work from a studio behind Penny Lane in Liverpool. I’ve gathered a large archive of materials mainly from between 1930 – 1980 – as print from that period has an engaging quality to it, in terms of colour and texture. I also scour charity shops, flea markets, bookshops, car boot sales and online selling sites.”
Low Coney, July 2015
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